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The Gardiner Museum presents t he 4th \;Annual \;RBC Emerging Artist People&rsquo\;s Choic e Award \;from September 2 to October 14\, 2014. Supported by the RBC Emerging Artists Project\, the $10\,000 award &ndash\; voted by the public at the exhibition and online &ndash\; honours a Canadian artist (or permanent resident) who has been out of school and practicing professional ly with clay as part of his/her artist practice for seven years or less. A national panel of artists\, curators and arts educators nominated the five exceptional artists.

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Online v oting begins Wednesday\, September 3 at 12 noon and ends Sunday\, October 1 2 at 11:59 pm. \;

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You can also vote at the exhibition from September 2 to October 12.

DTEND:20141014 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140902 GEO:43.6679023;-79.3935154 LOCATION:Gardiner Museum\,111 Queen's Park \nToronto\, Ontario M5S 2C7 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:RBC EMERGING ARTIST PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD 2014 UID:354068 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140902T180000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140902T100000 GEO:43.6679023;-79.3935154 LOCATION:Gardiner Museum\,111 Queen's Park \nToronto\, Ontario M5S 2C7 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:RBC EMERGING ARTIST PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD 2014 UID:354069 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

AGO offers once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see works on paper by Mich elangelo.

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Michelangelo Buonarroti \;( b. 1475)\, one of the world&rsquo\;s most celebrated artists\, pays a visit to Toronto this fall at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). Despite his endu ring fame\, Michelangelo was dogged by relentless struggle\, disappointment and even defeat throughout his 77-year career. Due to the fickle demands o f important patrons\, many of his most ambitious projects remained unfinish ed. Revealed through a selection of rare drawings\, \;Miche langelo: Quest for Genius \;tells the story of a Renaissa nce master and the frustrations of his creative process. \; Michelangelo: Quest for Genius \;opens in Toronto on Oct. 18\, 2014\, and runs until Jan. 11\, 2015.

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Organized by the AGO i n collaboration with the Casa \;Buonarroti\, Florence\, whose collectio n is formed from Michelangelo&rsquo\;s own\, the exhibition centres on a lo an of 30 drawings by Michelangelo&rsquo\;s hand. These drawings are among t he best of the esteemed Casa \;Buonarroti&rsquo\;s collection and repre sent the range of Michelangelo&rsquo\;s work. Dating from before and after the completion of the Sistine Chapel\, the works on display include prelimi nary drawings \;&mdash\; \;both architectural and figural sketches& nbsp\;&mdash\; \;as well as presentation drawings.

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Organized t hematically\, the exhibition takes a critical look at the notion of the gen ius at work\, locating the creative search at the axis of ambition\, explor ation\, frustration\, defiance and unrealized dreams. Drawings will be grou ped according to these issues. Developed by Lloyd DeWitt\, curator of Europ ean Art at the AGO\, and David Wistow\, interpretive planner\, \;Michelangelo: Quest for Genius \;will feature compu ter animations that bring to life some of Michelangelo&rsquo\;s most ambiti ous and ultimately unfinished designs.

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&ldquo\;This exhibition off ers a direct and personal encounter with extraordinarily rare works that al most never travel by this great artist&rsquo\;s own hands\,&rdquo\; said De Witt. &ldquo\;We are thrilled and honoured to work with the Casa \;Buon arroti \;to bring these precious works on paper to Canada and to tell t he real story behind their making\, debunking the myth that genius is easy and great work untroubled. What they tell us about the motivations of a gen ius and the creative process is incredibly revealing.&rdquo\;

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&ldq uo\;The drawings are an inspiration. Creativity is a basic human activity\, &rdquo\; said Wistow. &ldquo\;No matter what our background we can relate t o the blood\, sweat and tears behind Michelangelo&rsquo\;s masterpieces.&rd quo\;

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The exhibition also examines the significant influence that Michelangelo had four centuries later on the French sculptor \; Auguste Rodin \;(b. 1840). For Rodin\, whose greatest works we re routinely rejected by the press and public alike\, Michelangelo represen ted a spiritual and artistic father figure. Rodin was 36 when he produced h is first major sculpture\, inspired by Michelangelo&rsquo\;s evocative and emotional presentation of the human body. Nine sculptures from the AGO&rsqu o\;s collection will be on display\, including representative works from th e \;Burghers of Calais(1884-1917) and his final commission\, t he work for which he suffered the most criticism\, \;Balzac&nb sp\;(1898).

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AGO members will be offered \;free admissi on \;to \;Michelangelo: Quest for Genius< /strong> \;and an exclusive preview in the days leading up to the exhib ition&rsquo\;s public opening. More information on the benefits of AGO memb ership can be found at \;www.ago.net/general-membership.

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DTEND:20150111 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20141018 GEO:43.6536766;-79.3923394 LOCATION:Art Gallery of Ontario\,317 Dundas Street \nWest Toronto\, Ontario M5T 1G4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Michelangelo Buonarroti UID:354066 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141018T173000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20141018T100000 GEO:43.6536766;-79.3923394 LOCATION:Art Gallery of Ontario\,317 Dundas Street \nWest Toronto\, Ontario M5T 1G4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Michelangelo Buonarroti UID:354067 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Louis Bo udreault is renowned for his uniquely layered portraits\, created with pape r and graphite\, that honour the living and immortalize the dead. He was bo rn in 1956 at Havre-Aubert\, Î\;les de la Madeleine in Qué\;bec. After studying literature and theatre\, he left home and enrolled at the & Eacute\;cole du Louvre in Paris to study fine art. In 1991\, he began to wo rk as a full time artist. In 1998 Boudreault made the significant move back to Qué\;bec\, where he established his studio in Montré\;al.\n

Most recently he is known for creating works that depict the faces of some of the most lege ndary figures in history\, not as we instantly recognise them\, but instead from when they were children. In contemporary art we are well accustomed t o images that celebrate equally contemporary heros and heroines of all kind s. We are also familiar with the fascination of old photographs. Louis Boud reault&rsquo\;s enlarged portraits speak of memories and destinies and appe al to our innate sense of the sacredness of genius and power. They show gen ius and power in embryo\, but unmistakably present. This is what makes them particularly memorable\, and they linger in the mind.

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In his latest series\, WANTED\, Bou dreault depicts these famous figures\, as adults\, in mug shots. This excit ing new body of work portrays icons who have for one reason or other have s pent time in prison. These works are immediately very impressive in scale\, setting the subject in the time they were arrested\, adding details such a s the name of the prison\, the height scale\, and an ominous light suggesti ng an interrogation room. In WANTED\, Louis Boudreault reveals to us that e ven the very best people have spent time in &rdquo\;the box&rdquo\; we know as prison.

DTEND:20141012 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140919 GEO:43.649875;-79.3593845 LOCATION:Thompson Landry Gallery - The Cooperage\,6 Trinity Street \nToront o\, Ontario M5A 3C4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:WANTED\, Louis Boudreault UID:353920 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Nicholas Metivier Gallery is p leased to announce \;Dark Star\, an exhibition of new works by John Scott. The exhibition will open on September 11 and will be on view t hrough October 11 with a reception for the artist on Thursday\, September 1 1 from 6&ndash\; 8 PM.

This fall marks two important milestones in Scott&rsquo\;s distinguished career\; his fifth solo exhibition opens in September at Nicholas Metivier Gallery and his first comprehensive survey exhibition\, \;Dark Commander &ndash\; The Art of John Scott\, opens in October at the Faulconer Gallery in Iowa. The survey will include over 60 drawings\, canvases and sculptures from the early 1970s to present day including a re-fabrication of \;Europe\, a seminal sculpt ure by Scott exhibited at The Powerplant in Toronto in 1991. Daniel Strong\ , Associate Director and Curator at the Faulconer Gallery\, discovered Scot t&rsquo\;s work in 2010 at Nicholas Metivier Gallery&rsquo\;s booth at Puls e art fair\, New York. He has been at the helm of organizing Scott&rsquo\;s survey exhibition and promoting his work in the United States ever since.< br />
Over the last 40 years\, Scott has developed a devout following for his raw-edge drawings about the dark\, often callous\, world we live in . The work&rsquo\;s appeal lies in Scott&rsquo\;s disarmingly childlike vis ual language that is embedded with remarkably sharp intelligence\, insight and wit. In preparation for his exhibition at Faulconer Gallery\, Scott sif ted through his archive of earlier works. \; This process inspired Scot t to revisit some of his most iconic images about war\, technology and the human condition. In his latest body of work\, Scott uses these timeless the mes and revitalizes them with contemporary subjects. Perhaps the most compe lling of these new characters is \;Innocent Pope\, Scott&rsquo \;s wheelchair rendition of Francis Bacon&rsquo\;s visceral interpretation of Diego Velá\;zquez&rsquo\;s painting\, \;Portrait of Pope I nnocent X.

The title of the exhibition\, \;Dark Sta r \;- an object composed of dark energy that outwardly resembles a black hole &ndash\; is a nod to Scott&rsquo\;s long-time fascination with space and science. The oxymoron also references the sinister side of our no tions about heroes. In his drawing and canvas of \;Iron Mike\, (Mike Tyson)\, Scott highlights the vulnerability of this fallen athletic giant. Tyson&rsquo\;s boxing gloves are lowered and he dons bunny ears\, (a trademark symbol of Scotts&rsquo\; representing humans&rsquo\; likeness to scared animals). These\, as with many other works in this exhibition\, are poignant examples of Scott&rsquo\;s everlasting creativity and timeless vo ice.

The exhibition will also include two recently released lith ographs. The prints were published by Scott and Nicholas Metivier Gallery a nd printed at Open Studio in Toronto. The images - a two-headed figure\, (< em>The Disappointed Gaze)\, and a bunny in armour\, (Imperious Rab bit) - were resurrected after first appearing in Scott&rsquo\;s artist issue of General Idea&rsquo\;s publication\, FILE Megazine\, in 1985.

Scott was born in Windsor\, Ontario in 1950. In 2000\, Scott was awa rded the inaugural Governor General&rsquo\;s Award in Visual Arts and Media . He has exhibited extensively across Canada for the past 30 years and is c ollected by almost every major institution in the country including the Art Gallery of Ontario\, Toronto and the National Gallery of Canada\, Ottawa. Scott&rsquo\;s work is also held in numerous museum and private collections outside of Canada including the Museum of Modern Art\, New York. Scott is currently an instructor at OCAD University where he has taught for over 30 years.

DTEND:20141011 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911 GEO:43.645153;-79.3960134 LOCATION:Nicholas Metivier Gallery\,451 King Street West \nToronto\, Ontari o M5V 1K4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dark Star\, John Scott UID:353917 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140911T200000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911T180000 GEO:43.645153;-79.3960134 LOCATION:Nicholas Metivier Gallery\,451 King Street West \nToronto\, Ontari o M5V 1K4 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dark Star\, John Scott UID:353918 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141011 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911 GEO:43.6420637;-79.4324 LOCATION:Neubacher Shor Contemporary\,5 Brock Avenue \nToronto\, Ontario M6 K 2K6 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Travels of Sir \, Adrian Williams UID:353915 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Jessica Bradley is pleased to present Tricia Middleton&rsquo\;s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Sin ce she began exhibiting in the mid-2000s\, the eccentric materiality of Mid dleton&rsquo\;s work has drawn critical attention. She combines synthetic a nd natural objects in sculptures and immersive installations of luxurious e xcess and dystopian decay. Working through processes of accretion and somet imes recycling existing works into new configurations\, Middleton uses cont emporary materials such as tin foil\, glitter\, cardboard and discarded bot tles. Her distinctive use of colour ranges from moody blues to lurid purple s. Her sculptures are coated with congealed rivers of wax cascading in pain terly drips. Middleton will show several new works developed during a recen t residency in New York City.

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Tricia Middleton received the Victor Martyn Lynch Staunton Award in 2010 and is cu rrently completing a residency in Paris. She has had solo exhibitions at th e Oakville Galleries (2012)\; Mercer Union\, Toronto (2011)\; Artspeak\, Va ncouver (2011)\; Southern Alberta Art Gallery\, Lethbridge (2009) and the M usé\;e d&rsquo\;art Contemporain\, Montré\;al (2009). Her work has been included in several group exhibitions including Misled by Nature: Contemporary Art and the Baroque\, Art Gallery of Alberta\, Edmonton (2012) and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art\, Toronto (2014)\; Nothing to Declare: Recent Sculpture from Canada\, the Power Plant\, Toronto (2010)\; the Qué\;bec Triennial\, Musé\;e d&rsquo\;art Contemporain\, Mo ntré\;al (2008) and De-con-structions\, the National Gallery of Canad a (2007). Middleton attended Emily Carr University of Art and Design\, Vanc ouver and completed her MFA at Concordia University\, Montré\;al. She currently lives and works in Montré\;al.

DTEND:20141108 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911 GEO:43.6691322;-79.4602507 LOCATION:Jessica Bradley Gallery\,74 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 2Z8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Making friends with yourself\, Tricia Middleton UID:353913 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140911T203000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911T183000 GEO:43.6691322;-79.4602507 LOCATION:Jessica Bradley Gallery\,74 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 2Z8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Making friends with yourself\, Tricia Middleton UID:353914 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140907 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140704 GEO:43.6510271;-79.3872656 LOCATION:CAMPBELL HOUSE MUSEUM\,160 queen street west \nToronto\, Ontario M 5H 3H3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Artifacts from the Attic UID:353910 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Falsework \;is any temporary structure used to support a permanent stru cture during its construction until it becomes self-supporting. Falsework w as formerly built in place\, used once\, and subsequently wrecked. The tren d today\, however\, is toward increasing prefabrication\, assembly in large units\, erection by mechanical means\, and continuing reuse of forms. Thes e developments are in keeping with the expanding mechanization of productio n at construction sites and in other fields. \;Falsew ork has a short service life. No rules can be formulated which relate the s ize of a project to the standard of design and construction. Design should provide a fail-safe system. The legal responsibility of falsework is an imp ortant public consideration. The moral responsibility is shared by everyone concerned. Special precautions and safeguards should be identified. Falsew ork is required to carry dead loads\, imposed loads\, and environmental loa ds that are constantly changing. The risk of collapse should be minimized. Economic solutions to a falsework problem depend on time\, experience\, kno wledge\, and the consequences of failure. Good falsework must be paid for. Special problems may arise in relation to differing rates of strain and man ufacturing tolerances. Unfavourable stresses may be created. Pay attention. Too often the importance of falsework is insufficiently recognized. \; (1)

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- \;Christine Shaw\, Director/Curator of the Blackwood Gallery

DTEND:20141207 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140915 GEO:43.545139;-79.662702 LOCATION:Blackwood Gallery\,Kaneff Center\, University of Toronto at Missis sauga 3359 Mississauga Road North\nMississauga\, Ontario L5L 1C6 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:FALSEWORK\, Allora & Calzadilla\, Adrian Blackwell\, Cyprien Gailla rd\, Mary Mattingly\, Laurel Ptak UID:353908 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Red Head Gallery \;is pleased to present \;My Place is Placeless\, an exhibition by artist \;Soheila K. Esfahani.

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Esf ahani&rsquo\;s art practice navigates the terrains of cultural translation and draws on her experience of living in both Western and Eastern (Iranian) cultures. \; Her recent practice explores the processes involved in cu ltural transfer and transformation by exploring the theoretical frameworks of Walter Benjamin&rsquo\;s concept of translation as a departure from the original and Homi Bhabha&rsquo\;s notions of the Third Space and in-between ess. In her installations\, Esfahani incorporates decorated shipping pallet s\, which metaphorically serve as objects of holding. These pallets are rea dy to move in-between and cross boundaries of places and cultures by being in a state of permanent transit.

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Sohe ila K. Esfahani \; \;grew up in Tehran\, Iran\, and moved to Canada in 1992. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University o f Western Ontario and her BA in Fine Arts from the University of Waterloo. She is a recipient of grants from the Social Sciences &\; Humanities Res earch Council of Canada\, the Ontario Arts Council\, and the Region of Wate rloo Arts Fund. As part of the SSHRCC grant\, Esfahani participanted in a r esearch/creation group entitled Immersion Emergencies and Possible Worlds: Engaging Water as Culture and Resource through Contemporary Art. Esfahani&r squo\;s work is represented in public and private collections including the Canada Council&rsquo\;s Art Bank. She works from her studio at Kitchener&r squo\;s artist&ndash\;run centre\, Globe Studios.

DTEND:20140912 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140903 GEO:43.6476631;-79.394744 LOCATION:The Red Head Gallery\,401 Richmond Street West \nToronto\, Ontario M5V 3A8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:My Place is Placeless\, Soheila K. Esfahani UID:353898 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140903T210000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140903T180000 GEO:43.6476631;-79.394744 LOCATION:The Red Head Gallery\,401 Richmond Street West \nToronto\, Ontario M5V 3A8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:My Place is Placeless\, Soheila K. Esfahani UID:353899 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140928 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140906 GEO:43.6450992;-79.4147354 LOCATION:The Elaine Fleck Gallery\,888 Queen Street West \nToronto\, Ontari o M6J 1G3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show\, Rhiana Sneyd\, Harrison Taylor\, Beverley Abramson UID:353896 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140906T160000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140906T140000 GEO:43.6450992;-79.4147354 LOCATION:The Elaine Fleck Gallery\,888 Queen Street West \nToronto\, Ontari o M6J 1G3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show\, Beverley Abramson\, Rhiana Sneyd\, Harrison Taylor UID:353897 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141011 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140912 GEO:43.6497493;-79.433297 LOCATION:p|m Gallery\,1518 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6K 1T9 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ten Year Anniversary Show\, Crystal Wagner\, Linda Martinello\, Fio na Ackerman UID:353892 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140919T210000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140919T180000 GEO:43.6497493;-79.433297 LOCATION:p|m Gallery\,1518 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, ON M6K 1T9 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ten Year Anniversary Show\, Fiona Ackerman\, Linda Martinello\, Cry stal Wagner UID:353893 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140925 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140905 GEO:43.6459724;-79.3990801 LOCATION:Norman Felix Inc. Art Gallery & Management\,445 Adelaide Street We st \nToronto\, ON M5V 1T1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Anti-Social 2014\, Alan McKee\, Barb Ringer\, Betsy Miller\, Brenda Bornstein\, Callen Schaub\, Cindy Buzadi\, Claudine Young\, Eleni Helen Ma linos\, Eric Goldstein\, Erwin Rummel\, Gary Burtt\, Joan Andal Romano\, Jo hn Presseault\, Kyla Dorey\, Lina Faroussi\, Maureen Blanchard\, Michael Pi etrocarlo\, Mike McDonnell\, Nyoka Bittschwan\, Prudence Smith\, Richard Bo rnemann\, Robyn Gold\, Svitlana Pryhodko\, Walt Chaisson UID:353880 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Philip Craig&rsquo\;s continua l search for new subject matter and the wish to develop his technical abili ties pushed the artist first to visit England\, then France\, Italy\, Moroc co and India &ndash\; all travels that not only enriched his palette but al so gave him a deeper appreciation of light.

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Through the years\, Craig&rsquo\;s extensive exploration of the Cana dian landscape has led to a strong desire to imprint his vision of his own country. Paintings of lakeshores and domestic interiors reveal the intimacy of the artist&rsquo\;s everyday life in Canada. From where he stands with his camera in hand\, Philip gives the viewer a personal glimpse of his worl d.

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Philip Craig&rsquo\;s paintings ar e collected in Canada\, the US\, England and around the world. A renowned p hilanthropist\, Philip donates his work in support of worthy causes and ins titutions. His generosity will ensure a lasting creative legacy.

DTEND:20140924 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140906 GEO:43.6713217;-79.3933849 LOCATION:Loch Gallery - Toronto\,16 Hazelton Avenue \nToronto\, Ontario M5R 2E2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:From Where I Stand\, Philip Craig UID:353878 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Trained as a painter and write r\, John Kissick&rsquo\;s exhibition record includes over two decades of so lo exhibitions in Canada\, the United States\, and Germany\, and his work h as been featured in numerous important survey exhibitions and public collec tions. A mid-career survey entitled \;John Kissick: A Nervous Decad e\, curated by Crystal Mowry\, toured Canada through 2012\, and was ac companied by a major publication. A forthcoming touring exhibition\, curate d by Carl Lavoy\, will commence in 2015 and continue until 2017. In 2005\, he was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy for the Arts. John Kissick is also the author of \;Art: Context and Criticism \;(1992/6) and numerous articles and essays on contemporary art for journals and peri odicals. Two recent essays &ndash\; &ldquo\;Elephants in the Room&rdquo\; f or \;Canadian Art Magazine \;and &ldquo\;Disco and the Dea th Switch: Tales from Contemporary Abstraction&rdquo\; for \;Border Crossings \;&ndash\; were nominated for National Magazine Awards in 2009 and 2010. He is also the Director of the School of Fine Art and Mus ic\, College Arts\, at the University of Guelph.

DTEND:20140911 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911 GEO:43.6694701;-79.460298 LOCATION:Katzman Contemporary\,86 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 1C8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sugar Won't Work\, John Kissick UID:353873 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140911T170000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140911T140000 GEO:43.6694701;-79.460298 LOCATION:Katzman Contemporary\,86 Miller Street \nToronto\, Ontario M6N 1C8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sugar Won't Work\, John Kissick UID:353874 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140914 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140903 GEO:43.6412968;-79.4331559 LOCATION:Gallery 1313\,1313 Queen Street West \nToronto\, Ontario M6K 1L8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Strange World of Mr.Hastings UID:353871 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140914 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140903 GEO:43.6412968;-79.4331559 LOCATION:Gallery 1313\,1313 Queen Street West \nToronto\, Ontario M6K 1L8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Emerging Artist Exhibition UID:353868 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140904T220000 DTSTAMP:20140901T184216 DTSTART:20140904T200000 GEO:43.6412968;-79.4331559 LOCATION:Gallery 1313\,1313 Queen Street West \nToronto\, Ontario M6K 1L8 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Emerging Artist Exhibition UID:353869 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR